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Theater lovers encouraged to attend Almost Patsy Cline dance, dinner
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Just in time for Valentine’s Day — the Almost Patsy Cline Band will perform Friday after a special benefit dinner at the Beeville Country Club.

Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m. Friday and a scrumptious dinner of prime rib and all the trimmings will be served at 6:30 p.m.

After dinner, everyone can dance their heels off as the Almost Patsy Cline Band plays until 10:30 p.m.

The Hall-Rialto Preservation Association is sponsoring the evening to benefit the continued refurbishing of the Rialto Theater in downtown Beeville. Tickets are $75 per person and may be purchased at Hogue’s Jewelry, Wicker Basket, A Place for Paws, Libby Spires Tax Office, Perfect Fit and from any Rialto board member.

A patron giving a $500 sponsorship to the Rialto Theater will receive four tickets to the evening’s event.

Beginning at 5 o’clock that evening, everyone will have the opportunity to view and purchase the special jewelry presented by Darla Nordstrom. In addition, the Rialto Theater will have items on display as part of the theater’s silent auction.

Everyone that evening will have the opportunity to become a Rialto Theater Patron. The different patron categories carry the name of famous actors, actresses and performers. So, select your category and become a patron of the Rialto Theater. Patron membership is for one year and can be renewed each year. The patron categories are as follows:

$5,000 – John Wayne

$3,500–Marilyn Monroe

$2,500 – Elvis Presley

$1,000 – Elizabeth Taylor

$500 – Bette Davis

$250 – Audie Murphy

$150 – Brad Pitt

$100 – Clint Eastwood

The Almost Patsy Cline Band is no stranger to Beeville. The band gave its home in Bandera the award of being the Cowboy Capital of the World. The band performs and offers traditional music from legendary artists of the past such as George Strait, Bob Wills, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Ray Price, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and many others, including songs of the Patsy Cline era.

For more information, call Mark Parsons at 358-3859.
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